Day in day out the statistics on crime keeps pouring in as the act is on the rise and raging like wild fire.
However it is hard for the public to pin point who exactly is capable of crime as the act is not written on the face of the perpetrators.
The hardest thing to find out about those who continuously engage in the unlawful act is their modus operandi and how they escape police check point.
YEN.com.gh has however sighted a video of how suspected criminals hide their riffles in a compartment of their dashboards.
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In the video the person demonstrating the act opened the chamber on the dashboard and started loading his guns in there.
The ones which could not fit was folded at the bottom after which the compartment was replaced.
According to the voice over the video which is believed to be that of a policeman, "it would take the special grace of God to detect that a rifle has been hidden in the compartment of the vehicle."
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Social media users have taken to the video and have reacted differently
Tanko said the MTTU should be provided with inspection mirrors.
News Direct hopes the act is not practiced in Ghana.
Solomon lamented on the rise in crime and how it most often than not is overlooked.
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